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The following table lists the world's longest non-stop scheduled passenger routes by great-circle distance. The actual distance flown, however, can be longer than the great-circle distance for a variety of reasons, such as avoiding severe weather, taking advantage of favorable winds aloft, detouring around closed airspace, and diverting around war zones.
The longest flights tend to be between North America and Asia/Oceania.
For the purposes of this table, multiple flights operated by the same airline between the same airports are counted as one flight, while different airlines operating between the same airports are counted separately.
Also, each airport pair is counted separately, even though some cities have multiple airports supporting long-range flights (e.g. Heathrow and Gatwick airports serving London, and Haneda and Narita serving Tokyo).
The Henley Passport Index is the original, authoritative ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa.
The index is based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) – the largest, most accurate travel information database – and enhanced by Henley & Partners’ research team.
Details at Henley here
The country with the most Airbnb listings is the United States of America, which had an average of 2,249,434 listings in 2021. The country with the second highest number of average Airbnb listings is France, with 1,209,036 in 2021. In third place is China, with 1,148,885 average listings in 2021.
The UK and the U.S. are leading the way when it comes to procuring real champagne with 21.3 and 20.8. million 750 milliliter bottles, also called bouteille, imported in 2020, respectively.
As the data by the trade association Comité Champagne shows, most of the biggest import nations are located in Europe. With the exception of Japan at third place and Australia on rank six, Western European countries like Germany, Belgium and Italy are dominating last year's top 10. This is not to say that other countries don't enjoy sparkling wine, but the numbers only refer to the higher-priced, regionally produced drink from the French region of Champagne. The area was officially designated in 1927 and is home to winemakers like Veuve Clicquot, Moët & Chandon and Krug.
While French champagne only makes up around nine percent of the global sparkling wine consumption, it's responsible for 33 percent of the market value, generated with only 0.5 percent of the world's total vineyard area. Overall, champagne exports from France amounted to $4.8 billion in 2020, with the U.S. alone being responsible for roughly $568 million.
Details at Comité Champagne
In 2020, Bananas were the world's 240th most traded product, with a total trade of $13.9B. Between 2019 and 2020 the exports of Bananas grew by 0.76%, from $13.7B to $13.9B. Trade in Bananas represent 0.083% of total world trade.
South and Central American countries tend to export the most bananas, with Ecuador in the top spot shipping 7 million tonnes in 2020.
Details at FAO
Global proved oil reserves were 1732 billion barrels at the end of 2020, down 2 billion barrels versus 2019. OPEC holds 70.2% of global reserves. The top countries in terms of reserves are Venezuela (17.5% of global reserves), closely followed by Saudi Arabia (17.2%) and Canada (9.7%).
Details at BP here
Top 5 include American and Chinese airlines. The pandemic in 2020 had a devastating impact on the airline industry, which endured a 66% decrease in global air traffic that year.
Details at IATA World Air Transport Statistics
The global coffee market, which was valued at approximately $102.15 Billion in 2019, and is expected to reach revenue worth $155.64 Billion by 2026, is set to record a CAGR of nearly 6.2% over the period from 2020 to 2026.
So, which are the most popular and profitable coffee brands in the world?